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Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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absolem

Concerning music....I miss the classics of motown. That is why I have motown and funk music is pumped into my home sytems. My wife programs country. Usually the classic masterpieces are enjoyed with a fine scotch before bed. There is multitude of music that had its beginning south of the mason-dixon. Everything from mothers finest to jackyl to tom petty or even the black crowes. The diversity that music attracts is stunning. A white boy friend of mine is a renowned pan drum player that travels worldwide. Sweet man...good heart.

Posted 48 days ago.

absolem

3 pro-gay bakeries on camera refusing to make cakes for anti-gay customers. No media or pro-rights groups descending on these fine equality driven businesses. Equality is being seriously undermined by their harassing activities against those they disagree with. Like moderation said...the goal for any liberal progressive is the all-encompassing winning without concern for fairness or consideration. Really..what one expect..anyway.

Posted 48 days ago.

Stillhere

Rick Medlocke is quite conservative as well ;)

Posted 48 days ago.

Teapartier

Good grief. Cannot forget CCR and John Fogleberg.

Posted 49 days ago.

Teapartier

Southern Rock is hard to beat. I also like Bob Seger absolem. We saw him twice in Columbus and his work just gets better. CMT Crossroads with him and Jason Aldean was awesome. Also love Peter Frampton. He is hilarious in concert and a great entertainer. He married a lady from Cinci and lives there now. Thanks for asking. I used to be a Van Halen nut until he dumped Hagar and got rid of Michael Anthony and I could care less now. Could set and listen to Chet Adkins all day.

Posted 49 days ago.

Stillhere

Mr Medlocke was an early member of Lynyrd Skynyrd and a favorite of mine

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

Stillhere...i would say that you have several of the top ten listed. Molly Hatchet was said to have sounded the way that one founding member had envisioned for Skynyrd as read in an article long ago. Ricky Medlocke is a very genuine and nice person. i was privy to phone conversations with him regarding a promotional opportunity in the mid-eighties. currently i find myself listening to more contemporary country along with some classic country mixed in. there is really so much wonderful music that is being created. there are sooo many unknown greats out there. it is so eveident from non-professional you tube performances. there are some scary-good artisits in this world.

Posted 49 days ago.

Stillhere

I don't think any discussion of Southern Rock is complete without Lynyrd Skynyrd but also a enjoy Blackfoot, 38 special and the Allman Bros.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

Stillhere.....what southern rock band is your favorite? Matter of fact, what is everyones favorite band or individual artist if you had to name one?

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

"still have a ways to go" actually i can hear that fake southern black accent that Hillary only uses with black audiences if she would to say it..she seems to be vying to be the blackest white politician available when she talks that way...very patronizing IMO....sorry again about my typing....

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

ways you do...and that again depends on whom you ask.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

Teapartier...you will find in previous posts...i addressed that very issue. i have yet to research this story....but as reported a gay man when into a muslim owned bakekery in minnesota and was refused service based on his sexual preference. if this indeed occurred then the lack of covergae could indicate many things as related to the outrage...real or fake..that we have seen turned from being concerning as a civil rights issue to one of domestic terrorism and intimidation to stop the free excercise of their first amendement rights. the laws guiding proper exercise applies to all involved equally. thats sometimes the problem with equality....everybody has their own idea of equality...it appears to me that equality tends to exist only when the minority gain power over the majority...then and only then will they slightly consider things to be equal. IMO. but as i have heard the president say...after the civil rights act and all of the laws guaranteeing equal rights...we still have a way

Posted 49 days ago.

Teapartier

ncn. you seem to have a problem with the gop and or republicans. What do you base this on? Does anyone else find it interesting that those that wish to be accepted as normal act like terrorists (with threats of death) when religous freedom laws are passed in states like Indiana.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

TODAY'S EDUCATION: One of the defining issues of this millennium has been the bifurcation of the criminal justice system, with one set of rules for ordinary people and another for elites. We’ve learned that justice is a commodity to be purchased rather than a universal value delivered without prejudice. That’s the proper backdrop to the news of convictions in the Atlanta test cheating case. Eleven educators were found guilty of racketeering charges — something typically reserved for organized crime — for feeding students answers to standardized tests, or changing test sheets after they were turned in. Morals and Good citizenship start with the human education and conditioning. which mainly includes parents, teachers, peers, siblings, books, electronic etc.... it is a shame that public incentivizing of the teachers superceded the expected proper investment into the student.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

*descent.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

a productive citizen.” About a week after Stokes’ story made headlines, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta gave him a heart. On Tuesday, Stokes carjacked someone at a mall, kicked in the door of a home in Roswell, Georgia, and fired a shot at an elderly woman, who called 911, said Roswell police spokeswoman Lisa Holland. THUG is as THUG does...in this instance "having change of HEART" did not deter his head-long desent into the ground, morgue, or carbon ashes in the wind is a testament that all can't be saved no matter the cost.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

file this one under the "Have a Heart File": Teen who received controversial heart transplant dead after carjacking, chase.

ATLANTA — The story of Anthony Stokes was supposed to have a happy ending. Instead it ended Tuesday, police say, with the teen heart transplant recipient carjacking someone, burglarizing a home, shooting at an elderly woman, leading police on a high speed chase and then dying after his car hit a pole. In 2013, the teen’s family told media that an Atlanta hospital rejected him for heart transplant surgery due to what the hospital described in a letter as Stokes’ “history of non-compliance.” At the time, Mark Bell was acting as a Stokes family spokesman. Bell told CNN that a doctor told the family that Anthony’s low grades and time in juvenile detention factored into the hospital’s decision to deny him a heart. “The doctor made the decision that he wasn’t a good candidate because of that,” Bell said then. “I guess he didn’t think Anthony was going to be

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

moderation...in a moment of clarity, i now understand your previous post. i agree with you in that regard. many in my circle of friends have been debating just that issue. in addition, i would also hope that you would agree that the desensitizing of our youth and adults have allowed many, formally unsavory activities to not only to become acceptable through public opinion but also through legislation. separating real violence from fantasy violence, no matter the medium seems to be the challenge. keeping thought from reality would not only save lives but souls as well IMO. there too many applications of this logic that i could go on and on but that would suit neither me nor the readers. btw...good morning.

Posted 49 days ago.

absolem

NCN...your post about wal-mart was my intent regarding money and morals by not only people but business...along with government as well. true loyalty does not involve money or expectation imo.

Posted 50 days ago.

absolem

moderation...my thinking was that unions stand up and voice their opinions and concerns, this store owner did the same thing. i would have hoped that you would respect the right if not the message. that was my intent. my reasoning is as such. she should have the right to voice her opinion and face legal consequences from exercising her right. no one should be subject to the things that she had happen. the court system and law is the system, we not only fund but give authority to settle infringements upon our person or interests. i would no more threaten or harm you physically, financially, or otherwise for saying how you feel or think. that is your right under the limits of the law and of your own control. that was my intent.

Posted 50 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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